May 2013


(Reuters) - Wide receiver Steve Smith has retired after a six-year injury-plagued National Football League career that included two Pro Bowl selections and a Super Bowl victory, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers said on Wednesday. Smith won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants in 2008 as part of a career that also included stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and the St. Louis Rams. The Buccaneers signed him as a free agent last month. ...
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Former New York Giants receiver Steve Smith has announced his retirement from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
May 29 (Reuters) - Wide receiver Steve Smith has retired after a six-year injury-plagued National Football League career that included two Pro Bowl selections and a Super Bowl victory, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers said on Wednesday. Smith won a Super Bowl with the New York Giants in 2008 as part of a career that also included stints with the Philadelphia Eagles and the St. Louis Rams. The Buccaneers signed him as a free agent last month. ...
Veteran wide receiver Steve Smith, who earned Pro Bowl recognition and a Super Bowl ring with the New York Giants before nondescript stops with three other teams, announced his retirement after six NFL seasons.
A few years ago, another receiver named Steve Smith arrived on the scene, making it difficult to distinguish one receiver named Steve Smith from the more established Steve Smith in Carolina. Now, the other Steve Smith has retired. Not the Carolina Steve Smith, but the one who emerged as a standout slot receiver for the…
For Jake Ballard, last year was like being a rookie again. But instead of working as a member of the Giants practice squad when he knew he wouldn’t play, he was rehabbing with a team he barely knew, after being claimed by the Patriots shortly after tearing his ACL. Now, he’s getting plenty of work,…
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson inexorably proved to be a medical marvel by running for nearly 2,100 yards and becoming NFL MVP last season, a year after shredding the ligaments in his left knee.
COMMENTARY | Before mandatory minicamp begins in June, the New York Giants will hold two more rounds of Organized Team Activities (OTA), from May 29-31 and June 3-7. These OTAs may not sound like a big deal, but for some players they provide a chance to impress coaches or practice new roles. Here are a few Giants to keep an eye on as the team's offseason workouts continue.
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- Antonio Brown wasn't making a fashion statement, just a personal one.
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) -- ESPN Radio will air out-of-market broadcasts for Dolphins, Giants, Jets, Patriots and Steelers games starting this season.

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